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Cancer Power Walk: Let’s bring out the boys!

Robert Mukondiwa The thought of having to roll one’s crown jewels between their fingers for a while in testicular cancer self-testing would make someone go, well, nuts      . . . excuse the pun. And while the prostate cancer test in its medieval form can be intrusive, it is a discomfort …

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Forest regulations, laws and statutory instruments in Zim

Lifestyle Writer Zimbabwe has a very high level of biodiversity, and the dominant forest ecosystems in the country can be loosely grouped into Flora Zambeziaca and Afromontane phyto-regions and exotic plantations found in the Eastern Highlands, Manicaland Province. The Flora Zambeziaca phyto-region has five woodland types named according to the …

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Another big gong in line for Mokoomba

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Having been recognised as Best Newcomers at Songlines Music Awards in 2013, widely touring afro-fusion band Mokoomba have an opportunity to mark their 10 years of professional music colourful with another gong at the same awards this weekend. Armed with their third studio album “Luyando”, the …

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Mbeu sows seeds for greatness

Arts Correspondent He could be the next big thing in contemporary music and he is determined to work hard towards that possibility. Ashton Nyahora, popularly known as Mbeu, is sowing his seeds in various areas widely and they have been germinating at an amazing rate. He has performed at big …

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Filmmakers implore Govt to revitalise sector

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter Zimbabwe Film Industry Development Platform yesterday met Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa to present a policy proposal on reinvigorating the film and television sector. ZFIDP team that included Anthony Mutambira, Rumbi Katedza, Joe Njagu, Eddie Ndlovu, Munya Chidzonga and Shem Zemura also …

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Magacha’s Wife Files for Divorce

Gospel musician Sabastian Magacha’s six-year marriage is on the rocks after his wife filed for divorce citing loss of love and affection. Magacha’s wife, Nomsah, wants termination of the marriage, saying the marriage was now beyond restoration. The couple separated for a year before Mrs Magacha, through her lawyers Madotsa …

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Wedding bells chime for Mai Titi

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent Despite her previous sad love story that she has often emotionally shared on social media, comedienne Mai Titi is ready to turn a new leaf. Wedding bells are chiming as the comedienne, whose real name is Felistas Murata, prepares to walk down the aisle with her …

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Local film on cusp of another breakthrough

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Local feature film “State of Malambia” is on the verge of another breakthrough. Apart from having a budget of $100 000, which made it outstanding, the feature film is gearing towards being screened on at least seven television channels from different countries. The movie’s writer, producer …

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New anthology seeks to empower girls

Beaven Tapureta Bookshelf The three-genre anthology “Passage of Life” (2018) by new writer Tabeth Ruvarashe Manyonga was launched recently in Harare. “Passage of Life” is an anthology imbued with a menu of 48 poems, five short stories and a play, with many of the pieces having a deep concern for …

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Shingisai Suluma turns to English songs

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Arts Reporter In a bid to broaden her horizons and capture a new market, United States-based gospel musician and worship leader Shingisai Suluma is only working on English songs for her upcoming project. Suluma, who rose to stardom in the late 90’s, said all was not rosy in …

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